Here's an email I just got from Walter Crawford (he and Maureen Wittmann are the brains behind this education endeavor):
Homeschool Connections offers a discount for early enrollment in our live, interactive classes for middle and high school. For the Spring 2011 semester this discount ends November 1, 2010. Enrollment in our Subscription Service can take place anytime. Please scroll down for a full list of courses.To register for any of our live classes please go to our site and click on the course you wish to enroll. Early enrollment discount runs from $10 to $20 per course. Please don't hesitate to contact either Walter or Maureen if you have any questions, comments or advice.
These courses are a wonderful opportunity for school credit or just for use as continuing ed for us older students!
Here's a list of the courses currently available:
Live Courses: Fall 2010
(There are still a couple of fall courses open for registration. Please visit the course page for more information or to register by clicking thru the sidebar link.)
Literature: Sophocles and Tragedy starts Tuesday, Nov. 9
Theology: Moral Theology starts Tuesday, Nov. 30
Live Courses: Spring 2011
These courses are currently open for enrollment and eligible for the Early Enrollment Discount. Please click the sidebar link for more information or to register.(Registration stays open until the class reaches maximum capacity.)
Theology: Social Ethics with Monica Ashour, MS, MHum
Middle and High School Latin I & II with Alecia Rolling, MA
Middle and High School German I with Alecia Rolling, MA
Literature: The Scarlet Letter (American Classics Series) with Henry Russell, Ph.D.
Middle School History: The Romans; A Day in the Life with Kenneth Rolling, MA
Middle School Literature: Myth in Drama with Kenneth Rolling, MA
Science: Immunity in Sickness and in Health with Kris Correira, PA
Theology: Introduction to the Bible; New Testament with Robert Gotcher, Ph.D.
History: Catholic Middle Ages with Phillip Campbell
History: Church History; The Early Church Fathers with Monica Ashour, MTS, MHum
Government: Government, Democracy, and Citizenship with Ed Rivet, MPA
Theology: Sacred Scripture II with Monica Ashour, MTS, MHum
Literature: The Great American Novel; Moby Dick (American Classics Series) with Henry Russell, Ph.D.
Philosophy: What Do Philosophers Do and How Do They Do It? with Jean Rioux, Ph.D.
Literature: The Space Trilogy of C. S. Lewis with Robert Gotcher, Ph.D.
Theology: Ecclesiology with Monica Ashour. MTS, MHum
Theology: Sacramental Theology with Monica Ashour, MTS, MHum
Subscription Service: Recorded Courses
These are the currently available recorded courses. As the live classes finish, they too will be available as part of the Subscription Service. Please visit HC's website to subscribe by clicking the link in the sidebar.
Aquinas Connections: The Gospel of Luke with Fr. Mitch Pacwa
Math: Algebra I
Apologetics Boot Camp with Gary Michuta
Economics: Principles of Economics and Catholic Perspectives with David Harris, Ph.D.
Government: American Government, Democracy, and Citizenship with Ed Rivet, MPA
History: Roots of the Revolt (1417 to 1560) with Phillip Campbell
History: The Age of Religious Wars (1560 to 1648) with Phillip Campbell
History: Foundations of Historiography with Phillip Campbell
History/Theology: Church History I (Trinitarian) with Monica Ashour, MTS, MHum
Latin I & II Boot Camps with Alecia Rolling, MA
Life Skills: SAT/ACT Prep I & II with Kenneth Rolling, MA
Life Skills: Job Search Skills for Teens with Derek Prentice
Literature: Beowulf with Henry Russell, Ph.D.
Literature: Canterbury Tales: Trust God and Tradition with Henry Russell, Ph.D.
Literature: The Catholic Shakespeare with Henry Russell, Ph.D.
Literature: Chesterton; Man of Letters with Robert Gotcher, Ph.D.
Literature: Homer's Odyssey; Soul of Pre-Socratic Wisdom with Henry Russell, Ph.D.
Literature: King Arthur and Christ; Heroism and Holiness with Henry Russell, Ph.D.
Literature: Sir Gawain and the Green Knight; ; Chivalry, Courtesy, and Chastity with Henry Russell, Ph.D.
Literature: Tolkien and Fairy Stories with Robert Gotcher, Ph.D.
Literature: Virgil's Aeneid; The Founding of Nations in the Will of God with Henry Russell, Ph.D.
Philosophy: Fallacies and Paradoxes with Jean Rioux, Ph.D.
Philosophy/Logic: Introduction to Formal Logic with Robert Gotcher, Ph.D.
Science: Blood: In Sickness and In Health with Kris Correira, PA
Science: Immunity; In Sickness and in Health with Kris Correira, PA
Theology: Christian Anthropology with Monica Ashour, MTS
Theology: Catholic Spiritual Writers with Rober Gotcher, Ph.D.
Theology: Christian Anthropology I with Monica Ashour, MTS, MHum
Theology: Ecclesiology I with Monica Ashour, MTS, MHum
Theology: The Mass Explained with Robert Gotcher, Ph.D.
Theology: Moral Theology with Monica Ashour, MTS
Theology: Pope John Paul II's Theology of the Body I with Monica Ashour, MTS, MHum
Theology: Social Ethics I with Monica Ashour, MTS, MHum
Writing: College Preparatory Writing with Robert Gotcher, Ph.D.
Can you think of anything more you could need? This is an amazing resource ... something you can tap into anytime.
Go ahead, check it out! (Oh, and if you subscribe or enroll thru the sidebar link, I get a small commission -- but I'd recommend these folks even if you don't go thru my link!)